PETITION FOR REDRESS OF GRIEVANCE
TO: The Honorable House of Representatives
FROM: Petitioner Representative David Welch, Rock. 8
DATE: May 9, 2011
SUBJECT: Grievance of Greg and Sarah Clarkson, Kingston, New Hampshire
Your Petitioner, Representative Welch on behalf of Greg and Sarah Clarkson, hereinafter presents the following summary of their grievance involving a dispute with a Kingston Police officer and 2 social workers with the Division of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) and invokes the constitutional authority and duty of the Honorable House of Representatives pursuant to said Articles 31 and 32 to bring about their redress:
Grievance involving a dispute with a male Kingston Police officer for performing a wellness check on an 8 year old female without a medical expert present and without a video in its entirety as described in RSA 169-C:38, V; involving a dispute with a social worker for violating the Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children Home Study by misrepresenting an alleged case of abuse and neglect as founded to Massachusetts authorities, resulting in the Clarksons being denied the opportunity to adopt their niece and nephew; and involving a dispute with a social worker who represented herself as a teacher and conducted an interview with the Clarksons’ son at school without parental notification and used unorthodox questioning to lead the child in answering.
Wherefore, your Petitioner prays that the House of Representatives:
Introduce legislation to amend the laws of the state to prevent further injuries of the type suffered by the Clarksons.
Respectfully Submitted by Petitioner Representative Welch on Behalf of Greg and Sarah Clarkson.
Rep. Itse, Rock. 9